Denver Post Copyright Infringement

Remember the Denver Post? The one that used Righthaven to sue a bunch of bloggers? (Unsuccessfully, but nevertheless, the litigation has dragged on for some time.)

It seems that the Denver Post is engaged in a little copyright infringement of its own. Posted at this link is an entire article from the 10-Q Detective, David Phillips. There is no link to the original article, only a little by-line that doesn’t even link to David’s site. It merely goes to another page on the Denver Post site, which then links to David’s site.

Here is the original article on the 10-Q Detective, and here is a post from David Phillips, letting everyone know that he never gave the Denver Post permission to reprint any of his materials.

Interesting, isn’t it?

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